However, it is particularly important to emphasise that each company and its employees must be considered individually; there is no “one size fits all” concept for employee retention. In particular, a company’s skills management is an important basis for measures and decisions.
It is therefore important to ask yourself the following questions: Where does the company stand? Where does it want to go? How does this affect the employees? Which people does it need? What suits the company?
The strategic orientation of the company is important here, taking into account the employees based on their function within the company. For example, it is difficult for manufacturing companies to offer their industrial employees the option of working from home.